“What’s the difference between CrossFit and Boot Camp?”


CrossFit classes are one hour long, with time to focus on a technical skill, followed by a workout that runs from 10 to 20 minutes. Scores are posted daily, and movements may include heavy weight lifting and gymnastic bodyweight movements such as pull-ups and toes-to-bar.

Boot Camp Ignite classes are 50 minutes long, and the SWEAT workout lasts around 22-30 minutes. There is no score, no difficult body weight movements, and no heavy weights (though we may use lighter dumbbells or kettlebells for some workouts). Ignite classes are designed to maximize fat burn in everyday athletes.